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123 [Step 4: Adding Vinyl Reality as a Source to the Scene] Added images
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123 [Advanced settings]
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 In Vinyl Reality, select and load an environment, and open the [[user_settings|user settings]] menu to access the [[audio_settings|audio settings]] panel. In the audio settings panel, make sure the Master Output is enabled and set to the correct sound device. In Vinyl Reality, select and load an environment, and open the [[user_settings|user settings]] menu to access the [[audio_settings|audio settings]] panel. In the audio settings panel, make sure the Master Output is enabled and set to the correct sound device.
  
-Switch back to OBS, and select the //Scene// created in step 3. In the //Audio Mixer// window mute both the //Desktop Audio// and //Mic/Aux channels// (unless the Mic is needed).+Switch back to OBS, and select the //Scene// created in step 3. 
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 +{{:obs-audio-mixer.png?nolink|}} 
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 +In the //Audio Mixer// window **mute** both the //Desktop Audio// and //Mic/Aux channels// (unless the Mic is needed).
  
 Add a new //Source// to the //Scene//, but this time select //Audio Output Capture//, and give it a name (ex: Vinyl Reality – Master Output) and press OK. Add a new //Source// to the //Scene//, but this time select //Audio Output Capture//, and give it a name (ex: Vinyl Reality – Master Output) and press OK.
  
-From the Device list, __**select the same device which is set as the Master Output in Vinyl Reality**__, and press OK.+{{:obs-source-audio.png?nolink|}} 
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 +From the //Device// list, __**select the same device which is set as the Master Output in Vinyl Reality**__, and press //OK//.
  
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 ===== Advanced settings ===== ===== Advanced settings =====
  
-Most streaming services recommend one or several resolution and encoding settings for streaming to their platform, so it might be necessary to tweak the video and output settings in OBS.+Most streaming services recommend one or several resolution and encoding settings for streaming to their platform, so it might be necessary to tweak the //video// and //output// settings in OBS.
  
-Here is a list of recommended resolutions and encoding settings for several platforms:+Here is a list of recommended resolutions and encoding settings for several popular platforms:
   * Twitch: https://stream.twitch.tv/encoding/   * Twitch: https://stream.twitch.tv/encoding/
   * YouTube live: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/2853702   * YouTube live: https://support.google.com/youtube/answer/2853702
   * Facebook live: https://www.facebook.com/help/1534561009906955   * Facebook live: https://www.facebook.com/help/1534561009906955
   * Mixer: https://watchbeam.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360037908891   * Mixer: https://watchbeam.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360037908891
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 +For more in-depth information about OBS itself, the official documentation is a good place to start: https://obsproject.com/wiki/
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